UES landlord evicts hoarder, political chaos ensues at WTC site … and more

New York /
Oct.October 26, 2011 05:09 PM

1. UES landlord evicts hoarder even after “Hoarders” TV show cleans out his apartment [Jezebel]

2. Political chaos at WTC site in wake of Chis Ward resignation
[Post]

3. World’s most expensive home in Mumbai sits empty after owners fear they’ve violated Fung Shui
[Daily Mail]

4. Google founders get behind Stanford’s bid for NYC applied sciences campus
[NYO]

5. U.S. new home sales reach five-month high
[Crain’s]

6. U.S. commercial real estate investors forecast weak 2012 property market
[Reuters]

7. H&H Bagels faces eviction from Manhattan plant [WSJ]

8. Freddie Mac CEO to step down by end of 2011
[Reuters]

9. NBA to open its temporary store at 590 Fifth Avenue Friday [Twitter]

10. NY Rangers get a peek inside the newly renovated Madison Square Garden
[NYDN]

11. Mall magnate David Simon buys at 625 Park Avenue for $25M
[NYO]

12. Greenpoint residents not enamored with Karl Fischer’s Franklin Street tower [Curbed]


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